TACG RECOGNIZED AS ONE OF THE 50 FASTEST GROWING COMPANIES IN DAYTON AREA
TACG, a Federally Recognized Tribal 8(a) consulting firm, has been named to Dayton Business Journal’s “Fast 50”. The list ranks the top 50 fastest growing Dayton area companies by their three-year average revenue growth. Exact rankings will be published in the August 3rd edition of Dayton Business Journal.
“Our formula is working,” says Chief Operating Officer Todd Vikan. “Since TACG’s inception in ‘06, we have laid the groundwork for success and these building blocks have become the foundation for future achievements. As always, we would like to extend our thanks to the TACG staff members, whose dedication to excellence continues to push TACG boundaries,” he added.
The award comes on the heels of several new accolades for the TACG team, including Ohio’s Top Workplaces issued by Ohio Business Journal, Best Places to Work issued by Dayton Business Journal, and Small Business of the Year finalist issued by AFCEA.
The Dayton Business Journal will host a celebration of the honorees on August 2. The reception, held at the Presidential Banquet Center in Kettering, will be sponsored by Flagel Huber Flagel and Wright-Patt Credit Union.
Founded in 2006, TACG, LLC (TACG) is a Federally Recognized Alaskan Tribal 8(a) Certified firm focused on the public sector and aerospace industries. Despite our small business status, we consistently deliver on large-scale projects because of our broad scope of capabilities, our hand-picked staff of consultants, and our diverse partner network. Yet we still offer a personal touch that only a small business can provide.
TACG is committed to helping organizations achieve greater flexibility and efficiency. Combined with our Cyber Security, Acquisition/Program Management, Engineering Services, Enterprise Services, Logistics and Supply Chain Services, Certification Body, and Technology/Infrastructure Solutions offerings, our forward-thinking approach to consulting helps organizations connect existing technologies with emerging solutions to do more, with less, for less.